If you are a lover of good food and beverage, then you are in luck as we bring you a few food joints and beverage centres to check out.
Located at the American House close to Ogbojo Highway opposite Zoe Chapel in Accra is the Snapper & Pepper Sea Food Centre.
On offer is kenkey and octopus, couscous with pepper grilled octopus, yam and kenkey with either red snapper, octopus skewers or shrimp skewers.
For enquiries and purchase order, they can be reached on cell line or whtasapp 0554082352 / 0500512321, 0262512151 or 0263512151.
Prices range from GHc25 per plate to GHc30.
Are you a lover of authentic Jamaican cuisine? Why not visit the Jamrock Restaurant and Grill situated at 10 Jungle Avenue, East Legon. It is run by the experienced Eliza Olympio who prepares Ghanaian soups and chops too. There’s the JamRock ‘Grab n Go’ too selling for a cool GHc20.00. There’s 250 grams of succulent ‘Boston Jerk Chicken’ straight off the flame grills and then catering service for those putting together their Engagements, Weddings and Funeral Service.
Jerk Chicken, Beef patty, Veggie Fritters “Stamp n Go” and Fried Corn Dumpling “Festival” are all up for grabs served in paper eco-friendly packaging. They can be reached on 0544349770 and open from 10am-3pm.
Awuradwoa Adjei is the lady behind the famed ‘Calabash Brews’ which offers local beverages Pito, Palm Wine, Sobolo, Asaana, lamugine and frozen coconut at social and corporate events.
She is in high demand being booked for six simultaneous events sometimes in places as far from Accra, Tamale, Akwatia and Aburi.
But before Calabash Brews, Awuradwoa tested the waters with ‘Mashke Express’ made from mashed kenkey and other savories including milk, sugar and groundnut.
The success of the drinkable kenkey propelled the Ghana Institute of Journalism and the African University College of Communications graduate to produce more of the local beverages and brand them for sale but it’s not always been easy.
She says it was not an easy start raising the initial capital, getting the right staff, equipment and the entire authorisation but prompt delivery and setting herself apart led to a warm embrace by Ghanaians. Do call on 0557 940381 or 0265 187278.
By Michael Eli Dokosi/goldstreetbusiness.com